A Review of “Die Empty” by Myles Munroe

Tonight, I was led to watch an amazing sermon from Pastor Myles Munroe called “Die Empty.” The title was foreboding; yet, his words (which ended up being his last sermon before he died) could be no more apt than now, as I live day to day life. Continue reading

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Update on Leah Sharibu: Her Mother’s Hope

Update on Leah Sharibu:

According to Legit.ng, Leah’s mother, Rebecca, has stated that she has full hope that her daughter is not dead, and will come out of Boko Haram captivity alive. Continue reading

“Beneath the Tamarind Tree”: Telling the Story of the Chibok Girls & Leah Sharibu

Hi friends. I have good news!

A CNN reporter, Isha Sesay, has been following the Chibok girls and Leah Sharibu’s stories for a very long time, and she has just published a book on the girls called “Beneath the Tamarind Tree.” Continue reading

The Women Against Boko Haram

“If I die doing this work, I know my parents would be proud of me because I died for my state,” said Kaje, a woman who is currently working for the Nigerian military against Boko Haram. According to this article by Aljazeera, Kaje is a woman who lost two of her closest relatives to Boko Haram.

But, instead of allowing the darkness to overwhelm her, Kaje decided to be apart of the Civilian-Joint-Task-Force, a league of people committed to fighting Boko Haram. She and other women like her are needed, too– Kaje searches women’s hijabs, clothes and purses before they walk into heavily populated areas such as markets, something that men are usually not allowed to do. 

There are many women like Kaje today: women who have seen their loved ones die, and have stepped up to protect those in Northern Nigeria, Niger, Chad, and Cameroon who are still alive. These women are absolutely amazing, and are a symbol of hope and strength as they fight against Boko Haram. 

The resiliency of these women is amazing. I only hope that, if I were ever to be put in such a situation, that I would be able to rise to the occasion as Kaje and so many other women have. Let’s pray for these resilient women, that Jesus would protect, guide, and favor them as they work against the forces of darkness in this world.


Learn more about who Jesus Christ is, and why it matters, here.

 

What Is Love?: Remembering Who Jesus Is

Dear Friends and Followers,

Today, I asked myself what love is. I’ve been asking myself this question for awhile, pertaining to some circumstances in my life. I’ve made it a prayer of mine, that I would find out what Love truly is. Continue reading